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Queen's in the News: July 23, 2012

James Pritchard (History) – Did the pirates of the Caribbean build a lair in Down East Main, in the Portland Press Herald.

Ken Wong (School of Business) – The Boston Red Sox owners got it right by nailing down the small details, in the Globe and Mail.

George Smith (School of Policy Studies) – Canada Post faces bleak finances, seeks deal from the union, in the Toronto Star.

Roel Vertegaal (School of Computing) – BlackBerry-maker RIM aims to read your moods like a book, in the Toronto Star.

Kathleen Lahey (Law) – Op-ed on how can the International Olympic Committee continue to exclude women, in the Ottawa Citizen and the Winnipeg Free Press.

Jana Raver (School of Business) – Failing to deal with bad behavior hurts bottom line, in the Winnipeg Free Press.

Helen Driver (School of Medicine) – How to people deal with interrupted sleep patterns during the Olympics, on NewsTalk 1010 (Toronto radio).

Jill Scott (Languages, Literature and Culture) – A new course in Inuktituk has been started, on CBC Radio Iqaluit.

Paul Banfield (Queen’s archives) – Queen’s archives is honoured for innovation and community outreach, on CKWS Television.

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